Thursday, September 25, 2014


Sometimes I'll type up just about anything. Or say just about anything.

For the record, my punch line in this week's strip was something I had heard on the show "Are We There Yet?" To be fair, it was probably funnier with a laugh track.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Starry Eyed Surprise

Sorry I'm late..just got back from a pizza date with two of my girlfriends..and a real good pizza can make me sleepy!

This week I'm talking about habits..some we grow up being used to and some that we acquire. Mr. Ninja and I let each other be ourselves for most part, but I hope that I have had some (even if a small) influence that has helped him change in some way and improve as a person.

That being said, he has definitely been the reason for a change in some of my more random habits - like how I would read the horoscope in the daily newspaper just for the heck of it (despite not believing in it). Here's how that unfolded:

I don't even glance at that side of the paper now..or feel even slightly tempted to. Guess I'm better off.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Muddled by Randomness

"An idle mind is the devil's workshop."

I think this perfectly applies to my mind because my thoughts can't stay still, even for a bit. That probably explains why I have to keep myself busy all the time as far as possible - or else my mind just strays.

And by stray I don't mean like those mathematical geniuses who see numbers everywhere; not even close. It starts with a single thought and ends up as a flowing body of thoughts with it's tributaries heading in various unknown directions - to the point it sometimes makes no sense and I wonder how I ended up here in the first place. And then it starts all over again, this time leading elsewhere, and so on. Wait, what was I talking about?

In short, randomness entertains me. And it definitely feeds my creative side by making me come up with the strangest things (sometimes not relevant to anything but entertaining none the less).

Here's an example (did I mention how I love word play?).

Thursday, September 4, 2014


One of the earliest things that Mr. Ninja and I bonded on was the fact that neither of us liked talking on the phone; which would appear a little odd because we were in different countries at the time.

Sure enough, a lot of our conversations were textual and our phone calls factual. And they still are, a lot of the time.

This week focuses on how vocal non-responses (Being Mrs. Ninja #24) can be equally, if not more, annoying in text form.